number concept bag: draw a line down the middle of a baggie. students manipulate and record all math sentences, e.g., 1+4=5.
Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Number Concept Bag
I think this manipulative would be great to use in a math center for kindergarten or first grade because it helps the students visualize addition problems by comparing the 2 numbers individually with different colors and together when they're connected to find the sum of the numbers. 5266 math tubs, kindergarten addition center, math centers, lego math, unifix cube, math activities, kids math, task boxes, first grade
Touch math manipulative - My kiddos have a hard time comprehending two-touch dots. I am inspired to put larger pom-poms at those points or putting two tiny pom-poms at those points. We have tried using only single touch points but the kiddos become overly dot dependent and I want to fade dependence on the dots. @Donna Stovall thought about you pom poms, math centers, preschool printables, number crafts, preschool centers, touch math, dot, learning numbers, kid
Naming Patterns: Start by having a student create a pattern in the pocket chart. Then have different students recreate that same pattern using different math tools. Eventually,give a student a set of letter cards and have them recreate the pattern with those. math pocket charts, kindergarten math, seriacion des, pattern, trebal les, de les, les seriacion, intelligènci múltipl, les intelligènci
math pattern activity
patterning with fruit loops
Number bands. How many ways can you make one number? So great for learning addition. I hate math, and believe I will hate teaching math. LOL. Anything to make it easier for the teacher to teach and for the kids to understand is great! math workstations, math tubs, number bracelet, math centers, beads, teacher, decomposing numbers, number sense, kid
number bracelets - like this for our first 1-10 intro - cute!
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Number Bracelets!